Wednesday, September 6, 2017
At one time I decided to do an afro hairstyle. I was living in Houston and was ordained about a year or so. It was a bit of a disaster. I had to done three times before it took. I think I burnt my scalp some too. Why do we have problems with our natural look? Well, if you come up with the answer please let me know. I forget why I kept having a beard. I think I did not care to shave. maybe I was hiding out?
In the picture I posted on yesterday's blog of me on one of our Paulist Fathers Islands at Lake George, I suddenly noticed that the pink sweat shirt with hood that I was wearing, I still have it in a closet somewhere! I try to hold onto friends and clothes. Do friends wear out? Go out of fashion? There is another blog today. This is just a postscript on yesterday.
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Tuesday, September 5, 2017
One of my happiness times and places was on "The Islands" which we owned in the middle of Lake George, New York, upstate mountains. I think that this photo captures my feelings about sitting on one of our five islands. We would sleep, cook, and play a card game, Hearts, there. It was a good bonding time. Do you have such a place in your life?